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Vancouver Giants Report: I Don't Know Jack

Sunday, October 7th, 2007 — 12:39am PDT
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Photo credit: Richard Eriksson on Flickr I’ve been attending more Vancouver Giants games lately. More as in I used to go maybe once a season and now I’ve already been to two and will be going again on Monday. I love my Vancouver Canucks, I am a born and raised Canucks fan (in case the […]

Cloud 9 at the Empire Landmark

Saturday, October 6th, 2007 — 7:55pm PDT
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The Empire Landmark is the tallest building in downtown Vancouver’s West End and its view are beyond compare. 42 storeys up, Cloud 9 restaurant serves up delicious dinners while revolving 360 degrees, offering up sights this Vancouverite has never seen before. First impressions threw me back to that lunch I once had at Toronto’s CN […]

DemoCampVancouver03 Live Blog

Thursday, October 4th, 2007 — 3:30pm PDT
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Tonight is the third installment of DemoCampVancouver over at Workspace starting at 5:30pm (400-21 Water Street in Gastown). Idea people will be presenting innovations on all things ranging from business to charity, high-technology to high-art. The purpose is to encourage a cross-pollination of industries and individuals in hopes that people engaged in unrelated endeavors might […]

Mainstream Media Blog Check

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007 — 5:12pm PDT
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Blog vs mainstream media (msm) blogs, can they co-exist? Of course they can but often times at meetups and in general discussions with other persons-of-tech I find there’s a bit of laughter at msm’s expense. Is it that they just don’t “get” blogging? Do they not understand the concept or general idea? Or is it […]

Successful Raise a Reader Morning

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007 — 10:13am PDT
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Last year during Raise a Reader Day I was able to meetup with Marc Chouinard and Trevor Linden. We flashed smiles, took some pictures, and signed some papers. Once again this year, Canucks organization members, players, firefighters, policemen and local politicians were out on street corners downtown handing out newspapers by donation. The Raise-a-Reader campaign […]

The Human Slingshot

Saturday, September 29th, 2007 — 10:45pm PDT
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It was quite the exciting night for hockey fans in Vancouver. The Memorial Cup Champions lifted the cup, raised 3 banners and Pat Quinn made an appearance at the Pacific Coliseum. However it appeared that nothing was working right for the Giants organization off the ice tonight. The blimp ejected all of its prize packs […]